- Webinar recorded on Tue 14th April, 2015
- 1 hours 11 mins
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Alan Robinson will discuss turning your data into decisions. A Successful practice relies on many factors – attracting enough of the right clients, getting good staff performing well and practising good veterinary medicine. One of the best ways is to measure a successful practice is hard data from its financial, marketing and clinical performance. The basis of good financial performance is stable bottom-line cost control and good top-line production.
Join me on this webinar to see how Vet Dynamics Index can show you the hidden potential in your business. You will learn where a small amount of effort will yield a large and profitable result. It provides growth and direction for the business so that you can focus your efforts where the greatest clinical, marketing and financial results will be gained. Vet Dynamics Index will also show you what is happening to practices across the veterinary industry. Benchmarking allows your practice information to be compared across the industry and also to relevant subsectors on the industry according to geography, species treated and number of full-time equivalent vets. This provides a powerful insight into how business relevant to your location, specialism and size are performing in an easy and intuitive way.
Alan qualified as a Veterinary Surgeon in Australia and has over 25 years experience in practice in the UK and Australia. He has run his own mixed multi-branch practice for 12 years in the UK and studied for a Diploma in Management. Since then he has worked as a veterinary business consultant in the areas of technical service, training, product development and marketing for the veterinary pharmaceutical industry and has successfully delivered coaching and management consultancy in electronics, pharmaceutical, global retail and veterinary industries. He started veterinary business development in 1995 in response to a need within the veterinary industry for a more integrated approach to practice management and marketing, utilising his skills as a vet and independent practice management consultant.